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Become a Change Champion

Anyone can become a Change Champion. Ask your classmates, friends and family to donate to see you cut, shave or dye your hair for good. Register today!

01/11/2020 - 31/10/2021

Register now and create your own fundraising page or donate to one of our Champions.

Create change with your next haircut!

Join the growing ranks of our Change Champion community around the country when you SHAVE, CUT or DYE your hair to raise funds and educate your community on childhood cancer.

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2020 Change Champion Hall of Fame
Bold decisions lead to inspired change.

“I decided to shave my head to raise awareness and money to support children with cancer.”

– Dakota, 8 year old Change Champion (VIC)

Little Amelie wanted to donate her locks from her first hair cut to help ‘sick kids’. For her 5th birthday, she cut her hair and asked friends and family to make her birthday special by supporting her wish to make difference in someone’s life.

“A little cut goes a long way, please support the Children’s Cancer Foundation.”

– Chloe D, Change Champion (QLD)

Kate decided to get her hair cut for the first time and not just for a trim! She wanted to donated her hair to go towards making a wig and also raise some money to go towards help cure childhood cancers. Kate loved her long hair so much that she’d never had a hair cut. Becoming a Change Champion was a BIG show of support….

“I’ll be donating my long blonde hair and fundraising as much as possible, so that, with your help, we can give back to those who have lost so much. So please, help me to help those that truly need and deserve all the help and love in the world.”

Samantha, 21 year old Change Champion (WA)

8 Easy Fundraising Ideas

Need help deciding on a fundraising event? Our 8 Easy Fundraising Ideas is a great way to get started

Social Media Tips and Tricks

Started your fundraiser but need help spreading the word? Check out our social media tips.

How can you help?

Lives are changed forever from the moment of a childhood cancer diagnosis. It affects the child and their family for life. Generous donations and supporters are what keep our work – and children – alive.